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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Hahahaha I knew it would be John!!
I can see why Bruce ! Awesome pic as well.
Thank you my friend, I'm so glad to hear about Dennis I'm grateful for your kind words, it's so warm here today, I've HAD to go out
Sadly, I learned from Geoff Tweedale, that Stan Shaw passed away on Friday I thought I'd switch out my Damascus Lambsfoot for the Lambsfoot Stan made me a few years back. RIP Stan
It makes it easy when you have a 50 year old cat 966
Yes you did...
Sad news, Jack. I'm sorry to hear that, it's a great loss.
Piddling with yesterday’s 74 that I didn’t get around to posting, 81 Abilene for a stockman, and an old queen. I’m not sure on the model of the queen, it’s a Kansas Knife Collectors Association knife from 1992. I guess it’d be called a serpentine whittler?
Thank you John, I will miss him Your Albers is turning into a real pocket hog my friend
I'm afraid it is, Jack.
It hits the mark for being super pretty, it's the perfect size for work, and quality materials and construction send it over the top.
Hanging onto that Albers was the right call, great looking outfit John!
Here are my pocket hogs lately with a little sparkle thrown in to brighten up a dreary morning!
Thank you, Todd.
Wonderful trio... I like how the Boker is holding its own against the GECs.
That pocket slip is a beauty, John, as is the knife.
This Klaas #1442, 3-1/2", Kissing Cranes whittler arrived yesterday and into the pocket today. Pairing with a Schatt & Morgan Heritage Series Jack in ebony. Have a relaxing Sunday, all.
Thank you my friend, it does look good with the 86 tortoise, but not quite as good as a 14 in tortoise would, keeping my eyes open for that one!
Another legend passes. My condolences, Jack. May his memory be eternal.
Thank you very much, Greg.
That S&M is stunning... so elegant.
My favorite CB with imho beautiful green micarta handles.
Happy Sunday! Excited to carry a couple of new ones to me today! The Ben Hogan is number 25/25 which is pretty cool.